LSAT News: Take the LSAT from Home Due to COVID-19
LSAC just announced that law school applicants who are registered for the April test will be able to take the test – in May – from the comfort of home. It’s called the LSAT-Flex – a proctored online test for the LSAT. If you’re registered for the test, you need to fill out a form that states your preference for taking the LSAT-Flex or rescheduling.
This bodes well for law school applicants in an uncertain time; congratulations to LSAC for stepping up in these scary and uncertain times.
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